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In a permanet war against a hidden enemy, how far has the government gone in hunting terrorist by watching us?
Fox News Reporter, Michelle Malkin, wrote this editorial in 2002, raising many questions about the events on 9/11. Yet, in 2007, Malkin can be seen slandering Ron Paul for asking his own questions about 9/11.
What we can't live with - what our democracy cannot afford - are media disenfranchising a candidate's supporters. - Paul Levinson, PhD - Professor and Chair - Department of Communication and Media Studies- Fordham University, New York City
Yesterday, Ed Gantro, from Poland of all places, posted a comment on the radio interview I did earlier this week. That comment was the begining of the blog entry that follows where Ed describes the ongoing struggle for true freedom in the state that
To those who say the Internet arcs toward the trivial, try this on for size: Currently, the most searched-for phrase on the blog aggregate site Technorati.com is Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Future of Freedom Foundation's Jacob Hornberger has some thoughts on the GOP Debate.
After a number of comments that noted that we didn't have a link for Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.). We have fixed that oversight. It definitely wasn't an intentional editorial decision by this part of the MSM to not give coverage to the libertari
When asked the question, "Do you trust the mainstream media?" Dr. Paul instantly replied: "Some of them [mainstream media]. But I trust the Internet a lot more. And I trust the freedom of expression and that's why we should ne
Great activist tool that just went online a moment ago. Have the same ability as all of the major news services to push your favorites.
In one video, a US soldier blasts insurgent gunmen with a heavy sniper rifle as the room fills with smoke. In another, members of an Iraqi family throw their arms around soldiers, weeping and rejoicing, after learning that their kidnapped relative h
Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's THE DAILY SHOW since 1999. Talks to Bill about how faking the news can reveal more of the truth than all of the Sunday-morning talk shows put together.
A ruling by an obscure regulatory agency threatens to silence Internet radio. After intense lobbying from the recording industry, the Copyright Royalty Board(CRB) is about to mandate exponential increases -- by as much as 1,200 percent -- in royalti
Search engines like Google, portals like MSN, news aggregators like Yahoo News, online video Web sites like YouTube, celebrity gossip blogs like Perez Hilton, local news sites like Topix, and social news sites like Digg are making the MSM obsolete.
"We feel very strongly about our legal position and we are ready to take it to court," said Catherine Lacavera, Google's litigation counsel. "They are making allegations of copyright infringement and we are denying them."
Rupert Murdoch's surprise $5 billion bid for Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, faces tough sledding after the company's controlling shareholders said they would block it.
People who get their information from the Internet and Radio are far more informed than those who get their information from magazines and newspapers, and especially television says a new survey.
Internet radio broadcasters were dealt a setback when a panel of copyright judges threw out requests to reconsider a ruling that hiked the royalties they must pay to record companies. Many webcasters will be put out of business.
"Gun Control is Bullshit"
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Al-Jazeerah.info has been a US independent forum promoting peace between the US and Arab and Muslim worlds and between Israelis and Palestinians, for the past five years. Some people apparently neither like peace nor tolerate the 1st Amendement
We have recieved too many requests to participate as a writer to answer them individually. I hope this answers all of your questions.
People who want to know more about what's happening in their neighborhoods will have a new way to stay abreast of local news. Seizing on growing interest in Internet-based "citizen journalism" — stories and images posted by the public
At a fundraiser in Paradise Valley (Phoenix area) Ron Paul makes it very clear his position on many issues and the philosophy that he advocates.
Google's automatic ad placements has some interesting side effects :)
To get a sense of the confusion the mega-vote Vote Different anti-Hillary Clinton video is sowing in professional political circles, just ask Clay Johnson, a veteran of Howard Dean's presidential campaign and a certifiable big thinker
I was not asked to be a part of Pajamas Media. That was just as well, as I would have declined to participate for three reasons. The first was that I regarded it as a stupid business plan, about as well-conceived as the idea of selling dog food ove
I wasn't to pleased with Mr Trump in his treatment of Vera Coking in Atlantic City, but this interview with Wolf Blitzer more than makes up for this. This is great!!!
When a bruised Kianoosh Sanjari climbed from the police van last October, he immediately recognised the familiar drab buildings of Evin Prison section 240, run by the plainclothes branch of the Revolutionary Guards. His crime? Reporting for his weblo
White House Press Secretary Tony Snow led a discussion with White House correspondents about the impact of the internet on their respective jobs. Their conclusion? They don’t like being challenged by blogs.